All Events

Upcoming Events

Latest News

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

In this episode we get to speak with David Stover from F. I. T. Point Bird Dogs.

David has spent the most if his life as an Active Duty Soldier with the U.S. Army. As retirement quickly approaches, he looks forward to the additional time he will be able to spend with the pups and the family. The same values he learned and lived in the Army are combined with his faith and are now the guiding principles by which he runs F.I.T. Point Bird Dogs. When it comes to upland hunting, he feels there is nothing like sharing the experience with good friends and good hunting dogs!

www.fitpointbirddogs.com

Posting tomorrow at 0800
... See MoreSee Less

In this episode we get to speak with David Stover from F. I. T. Point Bird Dogs. 

David has spent the most if his life as an Active Duty Soldier with the U.S. Army. As retirement quickly approaches, he looks forward to the additional time he will be able to spend with the pups and the family.  The same values he learned and lived in the Army are combined with his faith and are now the guiding principles by which he runs F.I.T. Point Bird Dogs.  When it comes to upland hunting, he feels there is nothing like sharing the experience with good friends and good hunting dogs!  

https://www.fitpointbirddogs.com

Posting tomorrow at 0800

Thank you Mark Inda

Willingly or Unwillingly🙏❤️

For it is written: “As I live, says the Lord, every knee shall bow to Me, and every tongue shall confess to God.”
Romans 14:11

Young people grow up learning to trust the word of certain adults, depending on how consistent those adults have been in following through on their words in the past. In Isaiah 55:10-11, the prophet quotes God’s promise that His Word will never fail to accomplish its intent. That is, God and His words are entirely trustworthy.

Recommended Reading:
Philippians 2: 9 – 11
With that as background, every human being will someday bow before God and acknowledge Him. Because God said it, it will surely happen. He said it in Isaiah 45:23, referring to all “who are incensed against Him” (verse 24). Then the apostle Paul repeated this promise twice in his epistles—with two different applications. In Romans 14:11, the promise is directed toward Christians: Don’t judge others because everyone will one day be judged by God. But in Philippians 2:9-11, the promise encompasses all humanity: God exalted Christ over all, and one day all will acknowledge His Lordship; all will bow the knee before Him, willingly or unwillingly.

Who would doubt God’s words? Far better to bow before Christ today willingly than to bow unwillingly in the future.

When we see even a small glimpse of God’s holiness, we will bow in worship.
... See MoreSee Less

Thank you Mark Inda

Willingly or Unwillingly🙏❤️

For it is written: “As I live, says the Lord, every knee shall bow to Me, and every tongue shall confess to God.”
Romans 14:11 
 
Young people grow up learning to trust the word of certain adults, depending on how consistent those adults have been in following through on their words in the past. In Isaiah 55:10-11, the prophet quotes God’s promise that His Word will never fail to accomplish its intent. That is, God and His words are entirely trustworthy.

Recommended Reading:
Philippians 2: 9 – 11
With that as background, every human being will someday bow before God and acknowledge Him. Because God said it, it will surely happen. He said it in Isaiah 45:23, referring to all “who are incensed against Him” (verse 24). Then the apostle Paul repeated this promise twice in his epistles—with two different applications. In Romans 14:11, the promise is directed toward Christians: Don’t judge others because everyone will one day be judged by God. But in Philippians 2:9-11, the promise encompasses all humanity: God exalted Christ over all, and one day all will acknowledge His Lordship; all will bow the knee before Him, willingly or unwillingly.

Who would doubt God’s words? Far better to bow before Christ today willingly than to bow unwillingly in the future.

When we see even a small glimpse of God’s holiness, we will bow in worship.
Load More